CNX-55: An alkaline cyanide-free process, which produces bright, lustrous deposits over a wide current density range. The process is suitable for both rack and barrel plating. Deposits are bright and burn-free and are readily receptive to both yellow and blue-bright chromating. The low metal concentrations provide excellent throwing and covering and uniformity of deposit. Low operating costs and simplified waste treatment.
CNX-77: An alkaline cyanide free zinc plating process that provides bright, very low stressed deposits over a wide current density range. The higher metal concentrations result in excellent bath efficiency and burn free plating with a single addition agent. Excellent for parts that will be formed or crimped after plating.
CNX-88 Zinc Plating Process is an alkaline cyanide-free process which produces bright, lustrous, stress free deposits over a wide current density range. The process is suitable for both rack and barrel plating operations. Use of this system in place of conventional cyanide plating will eliminate the need for cyanide destruction.
Use of the Luster-On CNX-88 process produces bright, burn-free deposits even at high current densities. The solution operates successfully over a wide range of concentrations and temperatures; exhibits excellent throwing and covering power and uniformity of plate. It produces ductile and blister free deposits which chromate easily. The CNX-88 process offers ease of control; low operating costs and simplified waste treatment.
The CNX-88 chemistry should be used with a zinc generator system using steel anodes. Contact the Luster-On Customer Service Laboratory for recommendations for a zinc generator system.
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